(WHTM) — Anglers who are itching to catch some bass have something to be excited about this weekend!
The bass fishing season officially starts on Saturday, June 10, in Pennsylvania.
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The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission wants to remind fishers that the minimum size to catch a bass is 12 inches and the daily limit is six fish (combined bass species).
According to the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, “Susquehanna River (98.0 miles) from the inflatable dam near Sunbury downstream to Holtwood Dam, including all tributaries to a point half a mile upstream from the confluence.”
For more information on Smallmouth bass and largemouth bass catch and release regulations, click here.
Click here for some fishing tips for various types of bass as well as some of Pennsylvania’s best waters for fishing!